RSD Paint – Night Paint II

Rosenbauer America, LLC

Lyons, SD


Job Details

Job Location:    Rosenbauer South Dakota - Lyons, SD
Position Type:    Full Time
Education Level:    Not Specified
Salary Range:    Undisclosed
Travel Percentage:    None
Job Shift:    Any
Job Category:    Skilled Labor - Trades

Description

$22/hr. + shift Differential starting wage! DOE

Shift 3pm-12am

Flexible start times with no weekends required!

PTO accrual starts the day you do!

10 paid holidays!

Health, dental, vision, and $20,000 company paid life insurance!

Short- and long-term disability, accident, critical illness and hospital insurance options available!

401(k) with company match and profit sharing

ROSENBAUER STATEMENT

At Rosenbauer we pride ourselves on providing top-of-the-line fire apparatus, created with state-of-the-art technology for more than 150 years because when lives are at stake anything less is unacceptable.  As the world’s largest manufacturer of fire equipment, we make sure our vehicles, production teams, and service personnel are ready to do what is necessary to keep communities safe.  If you have what it takes and want to be part of our always growing Rosenbauer family, we want to hear from you!

 

POSITION SUMMARY

The Paint 2 will have the ability to perform all duties and tasks of Paint 1 and in addition to must also apply the base and clear coats to the apparatus. They will sand out imperfections before paint application. The Paint 2 will tape, mask, and apply plastic cover to body and cab openings before coating. Also, they will prepare the truck for buffing station to streamline the process and maintain efficiency.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

 

All employees are required to support Rosenbauer’s Mission, Vision, and Values.  The following are the essential duties of this position and do not include marginal functions that are incidental to the performance of fundamental job duties. The scope and duties of a given position may change or be temporarily altered based on the business needs of Rosenbauer. 

 

  1. Performed at the expected level as an incumbent of the Paint 1 position for a minimum of 30 days and can function as a Paint 1 when needed.
  2. Applies the base and clear coats to the apparatus.
  3. Sands out imperfections before paint application.
  4. Tapes, masks, and applies plastic cover to body and cab openings before coating.
  5. Prepares the truck for buffing station to streamline the process and maintain efficiency.
  6. Utilizes pressure pot, sander, and blow gun efficiently to complete tasks.
  7. Maintenance on paint equipment and oversee bake booth.
  8. Performs other duties and responsibilities as required by management to meet the needs of the organization and our members.

Qualifications


KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES (KSA’s): The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required to successfully perform the essential functions of the job.

K

Knowledge, Education, and/or Experience:

  • High school diploma/GED.
  • Strong mechanical and technical ability required.
  • Associates degree in autobody preferred.
  • 4+ years of experience in autobody preferred.
  • Manufacturing experience preferred.

S

Skills:

Language:

  • Able to read and work from blueprints/spec books.
  • Able to read and understand a tape measure accurately.
  • Able to follow written and verbal directions.

Math:

  • Able to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, fractions, and decimals.

Computer:

A

Abilities:

  • Able to identify quality issues, recognize changes within the production process, and adjust as needed.
  • Able to perform simple computer tasks to obtain information/changes related to the build process and/or troubleshoot.
  • Able to identify quality issues and recognize changes within the production process and make adjustments.
  • Able to prioritize work and to multitask while adhering to deadlines.
  • Able to work with minimal supervision in a team environment.
  • Able to understand and follow all safety policies to promote a safe working environment for all.

OTHER QUALIFICATIONS

CHECK IF APPLIES

Give Examples as Necessary

Driving- license

Driving- Own Vehicle

Hours of work- Ability to work evenings and/or weekends occasionally

x

Overtime as needed to meet the needs of the department.

Travel- Local

Travel- Overnight

Travel- Prolonged Periods

Qualifications- Other

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

Lifting Requirements- Team lift required for 50lbs or more.

Weight in pounds

Never

0%

Rarely

1-10%

Occasionally

11-33%

Frequently

34-66%

Continuously

67% or more

1-10

x

11-20

x

21-35

x

35-50

x

51-75

x

76-100

x

100+

x

Vision Requirements

Never

0%

Rarely

1-10%

Occasionally

11-33%

Frequently

34-66%

Continuously

67% or more

Color Vision

x

Close Vision

x

Peripheral Vision

x

Long Distance Vision

x

Movement Requirements

Never

0%

Rarely

1-10%

Occasionally

11-33%

Frequently

34-66%

Continuously

67% or more

Standing

x

Walking

x

Sitting

x

Talking or hearing

x

Feeling

x

Climb/Balance

x

Kneel/Crouch/Squat

x

Bending/Twisting

x

Reaching upward or outward

x

Bending neck side-to-side or front-to-back

x

Typing

x

Pinching/finger manipulation

x

Grasping/turning the wrist

x

Taste/Smell

x

Laying Down

x

WORKING CONDITIONS

Work Environment

Never

0%

Rarely

1-10%

Occasionally

11-33%

Frequently

34-66%

Continuously

67% or more

Wet Humid Conditions (non-weather)

x

Humid conditions (weather-related)

x

Work Near Moving Mechanical Parts

x

Work in High Precarious Places

x

Fumes or Airborne Particles

x

Toxic or Caustic Chemicals

x

Outdoor Weather Conditions

x

Extreme Cold (non-weather)

x

Extreme Heat (weather-related) summer months

x

Risk of Electrical Shock

x

Work with Explosive Materials

x

Vibration

x

Noise Level for Typical Environment

Moderate Noise: (Examples office with printers, phones, and light traffic

x

Loud Noise: (Examples: Metal Manufacturing, Construction sites)

Very Loud Noise: (Examples: Jack Hammer Work)

Personal Protective Equipment

PPE

Never

0%

Rarely

1-10%

Occasionally

11-33%

Frequently

34-66%

Continuously

67% or more

Safety boots

x

Safety Glasses

x

Cut resistant Gloves

x

Respirator

x

Face Shield

x

EOE, including disability/veterans.

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